Mickey Mouse first appeared to the public in 1928 and is the official symbol of Disney around the world. Mickey is courageous, clever and mischievous, using his wits to solve even the most challenging problems. He often finds himself on adventures with his friends, where his humorous, silly and caring side helps him save the day – with him always giving his best effort in any situation. Even when things don’t work out, Mickey’s good intentions always shine through.
Winnie the Pooh, meanwhile, was created by A.A. Milne. The character was based on a real stuffed animal that belonged to his son, Christopher Robin, and was named after Winnie, a Canadian black bear that lived at the London Zoo, as well as Pooh, a swan the family met on holiday. Winnie the Pooh lives and plays in the Hundred Acre Wood, where he regularly goes on imaginative and fun adventures with his friends. He does not shy away from new experiences, but instead embraces any opportunity to learn something new about his surroundings, often asking questions, seeking out answers, and thinking about the things he discovers.